'He felt an affinity with Al-Qaeda' - son of Libyan man seized & charged with US embassy bombings

Oct 23, 2013, 11:36 AM

The son of the Libyan man recently charged with involvement in the 1998 bombings on US embassies in East Africa which killed more than 200 people, has confirmed to this programme his father was a good friend of Osama Bin Laden and "felt an affinity" with Al Aqaeda - but that he did not believe in killing innocent people. Abu Anas Al-Liby - who's been one of the FBIs most wanted terror suspects for the last 13 years - was seized from a street in Tripoli by US soldiers a fortnight ago. Victoria speaks to his 21 year old son, Abdullah Nazih Al-Raquaie